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article imageGeorge Michael released from hospital after head injury in crash

By Marcus Hondro     May 30, 2013 in Entertainment
Singer George Michael was released from a London hospital today nearly two weeks after the Range Rover he was a passenger in crashed, leaving him with a serious head injury. The single-vehicle accident occurred in Hertfordshire on the 16th of May.
The extend of the former Wham! singer's head injury isn't fully known but the severity can be surmised by the amount of time he was hospitalized. The 13 days he spent in hospital were spent at a special trauma center in London.
George Michael: Wham! singer on road
Michael, 49, whose real name is Georgios Panayiotou, was lying on the road bleeding from his head and was attended by a passerby, Katherine Fox, 23, who got out of her mini and helped another man, thought to be the Range Rover's driver, to comfort and care for Michael until an ambulance arrived.
"He had a deep cut above his left eyebrow which was really bleeding down his face into his teeth," Fox told the BBC last week. "Even if I had known who it was, I probably wouldn't have recognised him." Michael was airlifted to hospital and was said to have been conscious the entire time.
His website at georgemichael.com has not been revealing about the injuries he suffered in the single-vehicle accident. Upon his release today a simple note on the site said: "We can confirm that George Michael has been discharged from hospital and continues to rest and recuperate.
"He is well and thanks everyone for all the messages of support."
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